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Amaral

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Amaral certainly are a Spanish pop/rock and roll music group who began topping the country wide graphs with remarkable frequency following the change of the hundred years. Made up of songwriters Eva Amaral (vocals, acoustic guitar; given birth to on August 4, 1973, in Zaragoza, Spain) and Juan Aguirre (acoustic guitar; born on Feb 11, 1970, in San Sebastián, Spain), the duo 1st fulfilled in 1993 in Zaragoza, where these were energetic in separate rings: the previous was a drummer in Bandera Blanca as the second option was a guitarist in Días de Vino con Rosas. In 1997, after departing their respective rings and forming among their very own, the duo relocated to Madrid and, subsequently, authorized a major-label documenting agreement with EMI. The next year they produced their full-length debut using the eponymous recording Amaral. The recording spawned some singles, as do the follow-up work, Una Pequeña Parte del Mundo (2000), as well as the band’s fortunes increased continuously. Amaral’s third recording, Estrella de Mar (2002), designated their mainstream discovery, peaking at number 1 around the Spanish albums graph and spawning five chart-topping strike singles (“Sin Ti No Soy Nada,” “Moriría por Vos,” “Toda la Noche en la Calle,” “Te Necesito,” “Salir Corriendo”). The follow-up recording, Pájaros en la Cabeza (2005), was likewise successful, once again peaking at number 1 around the Spanish albums graph and spawning five chart-topping strike singles (“Un Universo Sobre Mí,” “Días de Verano,” “Marta, Sebas, Guille y los Demás,” “Resurrección,” “Si Tú No Vuelves”). Amid this achievement, the live video Un Comienzo del Big Bang: Gira 2005 (2005) premiered. Over time from the limelight, Amaral came back in 2008 using the chart-topping dual record Gato Negro/Dragon Rojo as well as the furthermore chart-topping lead one “Kamikaze.” Follow-up singles included “Tarde de Domingo Rara” and “Perdóname.” A season afterwards they released their initial live collection, 2009’s La Barrera del Sonido that was recorded on the Palacio de los Deportes in Madrid, Spain by Canal +. Severing ties with EMI, the duo going back to the studio room in 2011 with manufacturer Juan de Dios to record their 6th studio record Hacia lo Salvaje.

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Full Name Amaral
Profession Music Producer, Singer-songwriter
Awards MTV Europe Music Award for Best Spanish Act, Ondas Award for Music: Best Song, Ondas Award for Music: Jury Special Mention, Ondas Award for Music: Best Album
Music Songs Si Tú No Vuelves, Sin Ti No Soy Nada, El Universo Sobre Mi, Te Necesito, Días De Verano, Como Hablar, Llévame Muy Lejos, Kamikaze, Marta, Sebas, Guille Y Los Demás, Nocturnal, Salir corriendo, Cuando Suba La Marea, Perdóname, La Ciudad Maldita, Moriría Por Vos, Toda la noche en la calle, Unas Veces Se Gana y Otras Se Pierde, Lo Que Nos Mantiene Unidos, Hoy Es El Principio Del Final, Siento Que Te Extraño, Hacia Lo Salvaje, 500 Vidas, Cabecita Loca, Esta Madrugada, Si tu no vuelves, En el Tiempo Equivocado, Resurrección, Noche de cuchillos, Laberintos, Revolución, Riazor, Mi Alma Perdida
Albums Nocturnal, Estrella de mar, Pájaros en la cabeza, Hacia lo salvaje, Gato negro dragón rojo, Una pequeña parte del mundo, Nocturnal: Solar Sessions, Amaral, La barrera del sonido, Caja Especial Navidad, 1998*2008, Granada


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Director

Director

TitleYearStatusCharacter
Psi 2015 TV Series 2 episodes
Trago Comigo 2013
Hoje 2011
Carnaval dos Deuses 2010 Short
Trago Comigo 2009 TV Series 1 episode
O Rei do Carimã 2009 TV Movie documentary
O Rei do Carimã 2009 Documentary
Antônia 2006-2007 TV Series 2 episodes
Antônia 2006
Através da Janela 2000
A Starry Sky 1996
Viver a Vida 1991 Short
História Familiar 1988 Short
Mude Seu Dial: Um Rádio-Clip com as Ondas do Ar 1986 Short
Poema: Cidade 1986 Documentary short

Producer

Producer

TitleYearStatusCharacter
Trago Comigo 2013 producer
De Menor 2013 executive producer / producer
O Mundo de Ulim e Oilut 2012 Short executive producer
Hoje 2011 executive producer / producer
Assunto de Família 2011 Short executive producer
Vestígios 2010 TV Movie documentary executive producer
Trago Comigo 2009 TV Series executive producer - 1 episode
O Rei do Carimã 2009 TV Movie documentary producer
Grandes Personagens Brasileiros - Cristiano Mascaro 2009 TV Movie documentary executive producer
Antônia 2006 producer
A Starry Sky 1996 producer
Moleque de Rua (O Nobre Pacto) 1991 Documentary short producer
SP Pan 360° 1987 Documentary short producer
Mude Seu Dial: Um Rádio-Clip com as Ondas do Ar 1986 Short producer

Writer

Writer

TitleYearStatusCharacter
Trago Comigo 2009 TV Series story - 4 episodes
Antônia 2006 TV Series screenplay - 1 episode
Antônia 2006
Através da Janela 2000
Viver a Vida 1991 Short
Mude Seu Dial: Um Rádio-Clip com as Ondas do Ar 1986 Short
Poema: Cidade 1986 Documentary short

Actress

Actress

TitleYearStatusCharacter
Garotas do ABC 2003

Self

Self

TitleYearStatusCharacter
O Rei do Carimã 2009 TV Movie documentary Herself

Won awards

Won awards

YearAwardCeremonyNominationMovieAward shared with
2011 Candango Trophy Brazilia Festival of Brazilian Cinema Best Film (Melhor Filme) Hoje (2011) · Caru Alves de Souza (producer)
· Matias Mariani (executive producer)
· Rafaella Costa (executive producer)
2011 Critics Award Brazilia Festival of Brazilian Cinema Best Film (Melhor Filme da Crítica) Hoje (2011) · Caru Alves de Souza (producer)
· Matias Mariani (executive producer)
· Rafaella Costa (executive producer)
2011 Candango Trophy Brazilia Festival of Brazilian Cinema Best Film (Melhor Filme) Hoje (2011)
2011 Critics Award Brazilia Festival of Brazilian Cinema Best Film (Melhor Filme) Hoje (2011)
2007 Prize of the Ecumenical Jury Zlín International Film Festival for Children and Youth Antônia (2006)
2006 Petrobras Cultural de Difusão Award São Paulo International Film Festival Best Brazilian Feature Antônia (2006)
2000 Special Jury Prize Kerala International Film Festival Através da Janela (2000)
2000 Crystal Lens Miami Brazilian Film Festival Best Director Através da Janela (2000)
2000 Crystal Lens Miami Brazilian Film Festival Best Screenplay Através da Janela (2000) · Jean-Claude Bernardet
· Fernando Bonassi
2000 Passista Trophy Recife Cinema Festival Best Film (Melhor Filme) Através da Janela (2000)
2000 Passista Trophy Recife Cinema Festival Best Writing (Melhor Roteiro) Através da Janela (2000) · Jean-Claude Bernardet
· Fernando Bonassi
1998 APCA Trophy São Paulo Association of Art Critics Awards Best Director (Melhor Diretor) Um Céu de Estrelas (1996)
1997 Coral Havana Film Festival Best First Work Um Céu de Estrelas (1996)
1997 FIPRESCI Prize - Special Mention Havana Film Festival Um Céu de Estrelas (1996)
1996 Candango Trophy Brazilia Festival of Brazilian Cinema Best Director (Melhor Diretor) Um Céu de Estrelas (1996)
1991 Silver Tatu Bahia Days of International Cinema Best Director Viver a Vida (1991)
1991 Candango Trophy Brazilia Festival of Brazilian Cinema 35mm Short Films - Best Director (Curtas 35 mm - Melhor Diretor) Viver a Vida (1991)
1991 Audience Award Brazilia Festival of Brazilian Cinema Best Short Film Viver a Vida (1991)
1991 Golden Kikito Gramado Film Festival Short Film Competiton 35 mm - Best Screenplay (Curta Metragem em 35mm - Melhor Roteiro) Viver a Vida (1991)

Nominated awards

Nominated awards

YearAwardCeremonyNominationMovieAward shared with
2009 Prêmio Qualidade Prêmio Qualidade, Brazil Television: Best Director in a Miniseries (Televisão: Melhor Diretor de Minissérie) Trago Comigo (2009)
2000 Grand Prix Bratislava International Film Festival Através da Janela (2000)
2000 Golden Crow Pheasant Kerala International Film Festival Através da Janela (2000)
1997 Golden Precolumbian Circle Bogota Film Festival Best Film Um Céu de Estrelas (1996)


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